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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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AM 45 fol, 24v (d315dpi)

Eskál Vell 25I (a7-a10)
    ‘Hitt vas auk, at eykir’
Eskál Vell 26I (a10-a13)
    ‘Ok við frost at freista’
Eskál Vell 27I (a19-a22)
    ‘Vasat í gǫgn, þótt gerði’
Eskál Vell 28I (a27-a30)
    ‘Þrymr varð logs, es lǫgðu’
Eskál Vell 29I (b24-b27)
    ‘Flótta gekk til fréttar’
Eskál Vell 30I (b27-b29)
    ‘Háði jarl, þars áðan’
Eskál Vell 31I (b30-b32)
    ‘Valfǫllum hlóð vǫllu,’

prose text:


Óláfs saga Tryggvasonar en mesta

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© Den Arnamagnæanske Samling

AM 45 fol, 24v (b301dpi)
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